Opening bell: Asian markets open flat; Bharat Financial, Tech Mahindra in news
- Market volatility will rise in short-term as elections near: Rana Gupta
- Doing business in India: ‘Substance’ over ‘form’ in transfer pricing regime
- Hong Kong can be India’s gateway to China: Gautam Bambawale
- Jerome Powell moves to normalize US monetary policy
- Piramal Finance to invest Rs10,000 crore in hotel assets: MD Khushru Jijina
Global equities mixed
Bharat Financial Inclusion warns about bad loans
Bharat Financial Inclusion Ltd informed the investor community that 4.5% of its gross loan portfolio is under risk of slipping into bad loan in the fourth quarter, reports Mint.
Tech Mahindra to buy CJS Solutions Group
Tech Mahindra Ltd has signed an agreement to acquire CJS Solutions Group LLC, a US-based healthcare information technology consulting company. The deal values CJS Solutions at an enterprise value of $110 million.
Tata Steel Europe still in merger talks
Tata Steel Ltd said it remains in “constructive discussions” with Germany’s Thyssenkrupp AG for a potential merger of the two companies’ steel businesses in Europe. Read more
SBI asked to reconsider minimum balance penalty
The government asked State Bank of India Ltd (SBI) to reconsider its decision to levy penalty on non-maintenance of minimum balance, which the bank plans to hike from 1 April, affecting over 31 crore savings bank account holders, reports PTI.
Former Ranbaxy promoters restricted from selling assets
The Delhi high court has ordered former Ranbaxy Laboratories promoters Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh not to part with any unencumbered (charge-free) assets without first approaching it to secure funds for Singapore arbitration award in favour of Daiichi Sankyo, reports Business Standard.
US president signs revised travel ban
US president Donald Trump has signed a revised executive order banning citizens from six Muslim-majority nations from travelling to North America but removing Iraq from the list, reports Reuters.